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pleasure. bill: we'll talk to former massachusetts senator scott brown. he shares with us the impact of the boston community and its strength and its resiliency. so senator brown is my guest here in a moment. patti ann: meanwhile texas governor rick perry will be talking about that deadly explosion south of dallas in just a few hours. one witness saying it was like a nuclear bomb went off. more than 160 people have been taken to area hospitals. we have this from sergeant patrick swanton from waco just moments ago. >> they are continuing their search-and-rescue efforts. they have not changed anything that they have been doing because of weather, because of rain, because it got cold. they're continuing to search for survivors or injured people to make sure we get them the medical help if they are still there. patti ann: and my next guest represents the district. he is republican congressman bill flores. congressman, thank you for joining us. i'm sorry it is a very difficult day i know. >> it's a tough day in our community, good morning, patti ann. patti ann: it started with a fire at t
tight. it went okay. to john brown, a former member of the british parliament on how the british folks are getting ready for this weekend and how tight security is already now. john? >> yes, it is. of course, we've got to be alert to the fact that terrorism has been around for centuries. but the oxygen of terror is public limelight and public events which create public limelight. but there is a key difference between terror, the atmosphere of terror, and actual terrorist action. even failed terrorists action can aseed terror, like the underwear bombing in the airplane created great disruption to transport. american counter terror is very good, but no nation, britain or america, can protect everybody. and the key is how we as a nation respond. first of all, we must remember that we look at death, we see everyone is going to die and some brutally, unfortunately. but there are roughly 42,000 people died in 2001 in america on the road accidents. hundreds of thousands die of cancer and heart disease every year. and when terrorist action comes, suddenly there is a massive thao those other de
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